A step closer to an ultra precise atomic clock
16 April 2009
A clock that is so precise that it loses only a second every 300 million years – this is the result of new research in ultra cold atoms. The international collaboration is comprised of researchers from the University of Colorado, USA and...
Agreement over european research facility, ESS
03 April 2009
Denmark and Sweden have signed an agreement over Danish co-hostship of a large European research facility, ESS, which the two countries wish to have placed in the Oresund region. ESS - European Spallation...
Explore the night sky
31 March 2009
Experience the Milky Way, see the deep craters of the Moon, study the planet Saturn with its fascinating rings and see nebulas and star clusters in the distant universe - from April 2nd-5th everyone can take...
The Ministry of Science drops ranking list
30 March 2009
Quantum paper among most cited worldwide
25 March 2009
The paper “Unconditional quantum teleportation” published in Science (1998) has been ranked number 59 among most cited papers in physics worldwide in the past 10 years with more than 1000 citations and it is...
The origin of supernovae confirmed
19 March 2009
Article on 'primordial fluid' has 500 citations in record time
16 March 2009
New research into habitable solar systems
18 February 2009
How was our solar systems formed and are there other similar solar systems? Is it a complete coincidence that there exist particular astrophysical conditions so that solid, water rich, habitable planets were...
Avoiding the Hothouse and the Icehouse
11 February 2009
By controlling emissions of fossil fuels we may be able to greatly delay the start of the next ice age, new research from the Niels Bohr Institute at University of Copenhagen concludes. The results have been...
Dramatic expansion of dead zones in the oceans
26 January 2009
Unchecked global warming would leave ocean dwellers gasping for breath. Dead zones are low-oxygen areas in the ocean where higher life forms such as fish, crabs and clams are not able to live. In shallow coastal regions...